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If I looked like this in my Medieval garb I wouldn't wear Renaissance garb to SCA events so much.this photo is lovely, and makes the outfit lovely.

Worn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about 1440-1480. For me - no brocade sleeves though.

Gown, Ladies', centuryWorn as an outer gown by the middle classes and as an undergown by the upper classes, short sleeved gowns of this type are seen throughout Europe from about I don't like the head piece, but something like this could work!

Woollen tunic with linen lining based on Herjolfsnes no. 41 (12-part-pattern widened with gussets in back and front). 23 textile buttons in the front and 16 on each sleeve.

Woollen tunic with linen lining based on Herjolfsnes no. 41 widened with gussets in back and front). 23 textile buttons in the front and 16 on each sleeve.

Finnish lady in a red cotte

Photo at Medieval Center Nykøbing F. Birgitan mekko / Dress of St. Birgitta/Bridget – Neulakko a century dress based on a relic from medieval Sweden

14th century noble clothing    Clothing of Noble lady at the beginning of 14th century in Western Europe. It consist of red silk cotte and blue silk surcotte. The surcotte is lined by woolen fabric. The neck-opening and sleeve edges are decorated by embroidery which can be seen in next pages. Important part of entire outfit is also silk purse with embroidery and the belt.

century noble clothing Clothing of Noble lady at the beginning of century in Western Europe. It consist of red silk cotte and blue silk surcotte. The surcotte is lined by woolen fabric.

Looks like a simple enough shape for a head covering for a peasant woman. May come in handy for "Extraordinary"

Pretty faces in pretty kit.maybe its just a reenactor thing, but sometimes I can't tell which I find more attractive: the person or their kit.

Rosalie Gilbert (rosaliegilbert.com) at the St. Ives Medieval Fair, Sept 2015. Photo via FB page for St Ives medieval fair.

Rosalie Gilbert (rosaliegilbert.com) at the St. Ives Medieval Fair, Sept 2015. Photo via FB page for St Ives medieval fair.

Handstitched 14th century hood made of a dense green/grey woolen cloth. No lining. The edge around the face finished with tablet-woven braid. The lower edge decorated with hand-made cut-outs and embroidery.

Handstitched century hood made of a dense green/grey woolen cloth. No lining. The edge around the face finished with tablet-woven braid. The lower edge decorated with hand-made cut-outs and embroidery.

Housebook dress, Germany, late 15th century - some details

The front pleats, the partially open sleeves, wide hedcovering. Housebook dress, Germany, late century - some details

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